Three CHOC doctors led a study that helped garner authorization by the FDA of a digital diagnosis aid that will help to rule out or diagnose autism.
Gold’s creation, an app he calls uTine (a play off the word “routine”), is on the verge of being tested on patients at the Thompson Autism Center.
A study recently published in the Journal of Child Neurology suggests that children may outgrow autism. We spoke to Dr. J. Thomas Megerian, pediatric neurologist and clinical director of the Thompson Autism Center at CHOC, about what parents should know about these findings.
Researchers are studying autism, a brain disease, by turning skin cells into brain cells through genetic manipulation, says CHOC's Philip Schwartz, Ph.D.